Elm Street Bakery customers feel they truly have a small-town gem in the East Aurora restaurant's dinner service, added to the establishment's repertoire this spring.
It's been a busy summer for East Aurora School District Business Manager Paul Blowers. In addition to his everyday work of closing out last year's accounts, preparing for the coming year's expenses and managing his office during a financial audit, he was recently named Administrator of the Year by the New York State Association of Educational Office Professionals.
When the East Aurora Village Board moved forward on a grant to install solar panels, the expectation was to see nearly $2,500 in yearly electricity savings. But two years after installation, the panels have only created half that much in cost reductions.
Town of Aurora Director of Parks and Recreation Peggy Cooke took to the microphone during the public comment session of the Aurora Town Board meeting on Monday, Aug. 25 to clarify some comments made by East Aurora Village Trustee Kevin Biggs earlier this month regarding the tennis courts at Hamlin Park.
When looking to fill a job, employers often hire based on applicants' previous job experience. An internship allows people searching for a job to have a short-term, first-hand work experience and can even give the employer a chance to evaluate them for a future position.
The Matthew Foster Foundation recently held its 15th annual golf tournament at the East Aurora Country Club.
A local energy company thinks it can save the Town of Elma $54,000 a year in electricity costs through a solar panel field constructed on town property. The suggestion is that the system—which would be installed at no cost to the town—would cover all electricity usage.
Girl Scouts of Western New York recently announced that Elma resident Morgan Paladino has received the Gold Award, the highest award available in Girl Scouting. She was recognized earlier this month with 45 other scouts during a ceremony at Samuel's Grande Manor in Williamsville.
Speed, size and depth—three things a football coach at any level hopes for in his team. If he’s lucky, he might have two of the three in any given year, but rarely does he win the trifecta. This year, head coach Tim Wade, in his 11th season at the helm of the Blue Devils and his second leading the combined East Aurora-Holland Blue Devils, may have what, for him, is an embarrassment of riches.